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Tuesday, Feb. 27 2167
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P. 11. BUIINETTE.
No'ary Public, Honolulu, County of
MiurMf o iom:
M ..1W w. M IIV,,tU.llUl J IllJUlltlUll
the nlivsltlana can now afford tuWag lno material question now, and
nhWotc?n.aVcTorr, -,.P!Hr Wt to the dl.cre-
No sooner Is tho Chlncso Emperor
taken 111 than a question arise a to
who Is trying to Mil htm.
I.analna, Maul, certainly hag a
worthy candidate for the Cnrncglo hcra
leward. Unless medals are given by
Piof. Nanscn may And diplomacy
a more cold-blooded proposition than
'oil tho Icebergs and north wind ho en
countered wbllo searching for the Pole.
The mystery of tho ammunition and
rifles in tho Chinese ateerago of tb
steamer Manchuria Is not likely to be
more unfathomable than an ordlnaiy
attempt to get things carried without
Plng tho freight
Hawaii might do worso than try an
adaptation of tho Australian schema
for navlne n bauntv on nucar nrodiiccd
by white labor. All taxpayer piom!
from public expenditure that tend to
promoto a homogeneous population tifl
According to the statement given out
by I-and Agent Williams, the Settle
ment Association have now a deflulto
homesteadlng proposition nt their dl
posal. The only detail to bo settled tt
whether they aro more anxious to set
tle than sell.
It Is a well established prlnclplo or
government that tho man who docs
politic after alt tho fence nre fixed
tlnds that he dropped Into tho gamo loo
jaic. no tnen naa to ibko gomciuing '
Iio doesnt want, or bolt To bolt u to j
create a condition worse than tho first
Therefore, the public-spirited citizen
will begin to figure early on what ha
PORTLAND'S IMPROVEMENT CLUB
Honolulu has been so deeplv I"-'"
estcd Iu Portland, Oregon, of Ulo that
tbo announcement of our neighbor'?
KChomo for public lmprovcuic.it ...
it more than passing attention Mem
bers of tho Portland Hoard of il.u.o
do not think It beneath their -v nl'
to tako up practically the s-ime line ot
work mapped out for the ln-.prove.cei.l
clubs of thl city. Thl nt the oUiri
bring out the striking dlf ,. u ..
twecn "Interests" In Honolulu and "In
terests" In the large and progressive
cities of the mainland. Tho latter do
not hesltato to take off their coats and
do some work for their city. Too fre
quently In Honolulu anything out of
the regular rut bring uji a discussion
of whether this mntter Is "properly
within the province of this body,"
Portland's Board of Trade ha organ
ized a committee ono hundred strong.
with one member for each of the polit
ical precincts of the city and thirty
four at large. Tho work cut out foi
the committee a forecast by the Sec
retary of the Board of Trndo, Is to look
lifter parks, boulevards, railways and
such matters, The Idea I that car
should bo taken by municipal authori
ties In granting franchise and thor
oughly to Investigate the connection
nnd reputation ef applicant to protect
In regard to parks, roads and boui-
vards. It Is pointed out that cost of
construction Is less now than It will Lo
a few year later, .and the committee
will endeavor to inaugurate measurer)
looking to the beautifying of Portland
that can be properly carried out at this
The secretary ay, "The commlltee
will co-operate with other Interestg In
Llirlnglns, about these Improvement
and of course all suggestions cmanat-
Inn from public-spirited citizens with
reference to what can bo accomplished,
along thoso lines will be given propel
consideration. With such a law
working force It would seem tho move-
ment Is" bound to grow. andeory
trty-owncr and tenant can ndd to the
general nppcaranco oi rortiand by foi-iPd Ballon to remark, Incidentally, that
lowing the general plan of bcttcrlna tt getmed that churehei got Into this
conditions so ns to prepare fur the, kind of gcrnpo moro often than liquor
progress the future has In store" dealt rs.
Hero we find Portland's publlo-nplr-1 Tho noon hour Interrupted further
lted citizen centering their energies tc argument and the matter was contln
much the same purpose as oursclu-s. ucd until 2 p. m
Let us hope that the Influence of other ', ,
DuiLvnDiui cuinuiuiiiiius mil ii. nc a
steadily Increasing effect on Honolulu
wo that the day limy not bo far distant i
when this city will not bo held bnc.
by those, nblo to be great powers for
advancement, who cold blooded!) ns!
'Whatg the use" and refuse to play
(Continued from Page 1)
was unsuccessful therein. Ho intend
to el.ango tho locks ou the front doors,
but merely for tho purpose of prevent
ing unauthorized persons holding key
from entering, i
With regard to tho directors' meet
ing last November, at which Peacock
.-n i..i.i ,..., ,,,"' .. ii ,i n,l tnat coast vessels keep a sharp
wan elected manager. Peacock alleged, Ion, .., fnr ,... ..i.ainir -i-hev
that Andrew Brown wns a director de ' '" '.r' ' JifL Mj' ,, ",c"' The
fncto and T. P. tjinilmr ..no ,1 fnr.lmay lmvo l'"lshed Jn tho storm.
fncto mid T. P. Lansing one do Jure
Tho stntus of tho board of director
was gone Into at length. Peacock de
tiled that tho business wbb practically
at 3 standstill on account of his acts.
mill ftnfpil thnt tr lli.-rn win nttt. imh
'!aniago to the buslm- It was ottrlb-
Utatilo solely to the actions of Both-
well and his partisans. Ho admitted
Jhftl U M possible o enrry on the I
nrll Rcllnq u managers, and stated '
'"" " ' "Bin u oci as
Peacock further showed that Roth
wells bill had not set forth sufllclcnt
farts to constitute a caso and especial
ly that ho had not mado a sumclcnt
(.homing to entitle him to an Injunction
h hli remedy was a quo warranto pro-
ceding Even If nil the allegations
of hill were true, the wrongs dono
would have been wrongs against tho
corporation and not against Kothwell.
Pacock asked that the bill for an In
junction against him bo dismissed.
Ilallou opened tho argument, urging
mas mo question or tho merits was Im
material at this stage, and a tho an-
Kwcr went Into tho merit It was that I
I l . ,.1 ... .. - .. '
lnl iuuiuii'riui. mo necessity 01 mo
ifauiivu ui u uiUillUIIIUiy IUJUUC110H I
tlou of the Court. It was also iicccs-'cncl
tary to determine what statu should
ba prescned If'thcro wero two rival I
claimant to tho samo om.ee. rtothwcll
L.a .1 ... & .. .
uuu Biiuwii tiuit it m necessary mai
a temporary Injunction should Issue.
and also that Bothwcll wag the ono
who should be In chargo at present.
Ballon fortified his contention with
guotbtlon of numerous authorities to
snow that tho Court could grant an In
terlocutory Injunction, preserving mat
ter In statu quo merely to prevent
damage, but without In nny way de
ciding on the merit of the case.
.Peacock, said Ballon, had In hi an
swer shown the rival claim of himself
and llothwell to tho managership and
only on this proposition should hi an
swer bo considered. It was clear from
both the bill and tho return that there
bad been a plentiful use of force, and
that It would ho Imposslblo to carry
on tho business during the rival mana
gershlp. Thl showed tho necosity
far A preliminary Injunction, as It ilcm
oDBtratod that Irrcparablo Injury would
follow If matter went on a they wero
at the present tlmo. Tho deadlock wag
demonstrated by tho fact that tho safe,
wherein tho valuablo book were kent.
tou'd not now bo opened. Peacock did
not know tho combination and tho
llothwell sldo, which had tho combina
tion, did not want to open tho Bafo and
Invito further aggressiveness, as It
did not wish to meot the physical forco
of Peacock' hired retainer by force.
being willing only to uso enough forco
to retain possession,
llothwell was ndmlttedly tho trca
'urnr and Weight tho secretary, and tho
uttempt to eject them had probably
ueen mono iu n moment of aberration.
Peacock wag not In solo possession
iTnov . rmn uiniriM
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedroom $75 00
Emma St 30 00
Gandall Lane 25 00
Cor, Young and Aloha Lane.,,, 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lane .... 20 00
Walklkl Beach 40 00
College 'Hills 40 00
Klnau Street 27 50
Lunatllo Street 50 00
Trust Co., Limited.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., FRIDAY, MAIlCIt 9. 1906.
Both sides were, and the Court should
preserve matters In statu quo, which
meant the last peaceable possession and
not such a one os wos acquired by
tlailou proceeded to read eomo an.
prop-IthorltkK. several of which wero ones
In which churches was Involved. This
Word camo from Alca this morning
announcing the dcparttiro thence on
Wednesday morning of three Japanese
fishing boats. Nothing lias since been
seen or them, nor has anything of their
fate been learned.
Tho folks nt Alca aro anxious and
ask that Coast vessels keep a sharp
The annual meeting of Pepcckeo Si'
gar Plantation wag held nt the olllcer
of C llroncr & Co. this morning and
the following olllcerg wero elected: C
f Pviko nrnal.tant II ILiIm! rn
president; Geo. H. Robertson, trcasur-
Damon, director; T, R. Robinson, nu
iMnr. The nnnual report will be
printed In a few days.
J. U. Smith Is the new editor of the
CHRISTENED AT SEA.
Now York, Feb. 21. Seldom has tho
blrt'J of a baby on tho high sea been
made tho occasion of such n celebra
tion ng attended the advent of llttlo
Erntst 1 Unman Kossah. on board tho
Hynrtam of tbo Holland-America lino,
arriving today. Tho boy w-aa born In
tbo gtccrago last Friday when the
ship was In mldoccan. Passengers pre
...I - - .- U, .1
cuiuim u buiu ui iuumi- iu ins lumui-r.
-'-MM .kwusuu, u
was on her way t
New York. The .
"H nuo.u, u ;uuu, ituoaiuu nnu
to join ncr nusuanu in
youngster was chrlst-
with champagne In the prcsenco
of the first cabin passengers. Several
women fashioned a most wonderful
dress for him. and hi health and fu
t ...- . . i
urQ wviQ-iuts vuucerji ui uu mi uuuru
during the remaining flvo day of the
HARRIMAN INTO SEATTLE.
Now York, Feb. 17.-Tho Union Pa
clflc hn practically completed It ar
rangement for tho extension of tha
Oregon Short Line Into Scattlo. Ter
minal ground aro secured and the city
council will next week be asked to
Brant a franchlso admitting tho Hnt
rlmun system to tha city limit. The
request will be mado in tbc name of u
Washington corporation, organized lo
build tho road.
This extension Is by far tbo most Im
portnnt bulldlns project now before the
Harrlman system. It will carry the
uarriman lino into tuo stronghold oi
tbo Hill system and bid for trnlllc at
the most lucrative center ot Hill ton
Women nre to be ndmlttcd to be
doctor of mcdlclno by the Unlveislty
of Priiguc, which, however, refuses tu
udmlt them a; doctors of philosophy.
Evening Bulletin 75J per month.
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
homes for sale
"Trent and company
MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
c WILL BEGIN o
Monday, March 12th,
AT S O'CLOCK.
Our new Spring and Summer, 1906,
lino of Men's Shirt arrived by the last
mameaa, so our present stock must be
reduced to make room.
Tho following lots are all high grade
goods, In first class condition and are
made to fit and o wear:
OUR WINDOW 18 FULL OF THEM.
J3y STOP AND LOOK THEM
OVER. IT WILL PAY YOU. -(W
Lot 1. Men's Negligee
Shirts, sizes 14, 14 1-2,
15 1-2 and 16 $1.25 50b
Lot 2. Men's Negligee
Shirts, all sizes, cuffs
attached or detached.$1.25 JJOJ
Lot 3. Men's Negligee
Shirts, all sizes, cuffs
attached or detached.$1.75 1.25
Lot 4. Men's Negligee
Shirts, White Linen,
pleated front, cuffs
"ached $4.50 S3.50
IJo Molokan will arrive in tho
steamship Manchuria from the coast,
due here on tho 15th Instant. J. U.
Castle, who has been defraying th
expense of the transportation of Mo
lokap families from Los Angclc n
these Islands nnd through whose ef
fort Hawaii was enabled to gecuro
these good people, has rcceUed word
by cable to the effect that no Molokan'
families were lo be looked for In tun
.Mr. Castle stated this morning thai
there wero at present n lot of Molo-
Ktins en route from Russia to tho Mo
lokan settlement near Los Angelc
They belong to tho clan of Sllnkorr.
one of tho leaders who was down here,
und 110 of whose people are now nl
Kapaa. These families en route from
Russia know nothing ot the Kauaj'
proposition. They will bo Informed
by their brethren when they arrive at
Lo Angeles, and will, It Is expected.
from among their number sent to Ka
paa enough men, women nnd children
to miiko,up the number icqulrcd thcr(
to complete tho scheduled community
Mr. Castle docs not know why It la
that no Moloknns aro coming In tho agreement that Col Spalding has made
Manchuria, but presumes .the colony with the Moloknns on Kauai, which
at Los Angeles Is waiting for tho or-'give tho planter a share of about flvo
arrivals from Russia. At least one. eighths of the proceeds of the cron.
hundred persons wero expected hem
on the 15th. Possibly the so-called,
uugnr planter drumming up Molokani ,
ior in own unwanan plantation may
nave somctiung to do with holdlui
back the crowd which was looked Id
in tho Manchuria.
(Special to Thn Itullelin)
Wnlluku, Maul, March 7. The new
school for tha Japancso children was
dedicated Sunday, March 4, with ap
propriate cxcrcl&ra. Tho building Is a
commodious ono and beautifully locat
ed on Market street. Tho ground Is a
gift from the Wnlluku plantation and
ino ounuing, which cost more than a
thousand dollar I the gift of the Jap
ancso to their children. Tho Jtpancse
language will bo taught In tho nftor
noon and In the evening there will
be English classes for young men, A
boarding hall will bo added for the
accommodation of out-of-town children
At 11 a. ra., tho following program
wns conducted by Mr. Kunakura, tho
priest In chargo:
National Anthem, by the Bchool.
Heading of tho Emporors Address
on Education, Mr. Kunakura.
Song, by tho children.
Poem and Compositions, by th chll
Addresses by Attorney Vivas. C.
Honda (tho contractor). Mr. Hatral of
Wnlhee. Mr. Naltto, Mr. Uno of Wal
hco, Mr. Yokogown (druggist), Dr. Kit
rlspkl, Mr. Kunnkura.
Lunch wa served to the vlaltlng
frlcnds, nftcr which there wn an ox
hlbltlon by tho Red Cross Society. This
wn followed by game of various
kinds Tho lmols of each address was
Mr. Honda especially recommended
mnnual training for the boys nnd In
dustrial training for tho girls, with tbo
ndvlcc to bo tho best In tho chosen oc
cupation. II I) Ml
The promising law Arm of Keen nnd
Knulukou, which was Btartcd a short
time ago by a couple of youni: Hawai
ian attorneys, will be dissolved, during
the next fow days on account of the
departure of Heen to Shanghai. Beforo
leaving Heen will be united In mar
riage to Miss Lily Notley, a daughter
of Charles K. Notley, tho marriage tak
ing place noxt Monday., Tho joung
couple will start for Shanghai on the
Kaulukmi will upon tho dissolution
of tho firm become associated with tho
firm of Magoon and Llghtfoot.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 8, 1903,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Kaaukal Ilnmipa to M V Holmes... L
A N Campbell to John II Nlhoa. . .He)
A N Campbell tr to Louisa N III. .Hcl
Dcpt of Pub Inst to Kat of R P
Entered for Record March 9, 1906,
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Evangellno da Sllva and wf to Franlc
u da Hosa n
Evangellno da Sllva and wf to John
Q Serrao AM
J Ksuhano to deo C Hewitt L
Minnie Decker and bsb to Geo C Ho-
Est of Antonio nodrlgucs by tr to
Chung Tung Sin ,.L
S II Onl to L L, McCandless D
Metropolis Tr & Say Bank to An
drew McCabe . . ,f Del
A cable was yesterday received from
Joe Cohen to tho effect that be hao
reached San Francisco
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Dullotln Pub
10 IAND M
SUB-AOENT WIU IAMS
OUTLINES THE POLICY
WHAT TERRITORY IS READY TO
DO FOR 8ETTLER3 LANDS
CUT IN SMALL AREAS.
HIIo, March C A dcflnlto statement
to the representative of the Portu-.
gitcie land association In HIIo, was
mado by Sub-agent (leo. II. Williams,
on Friday, on authority of the Terri
torial Commissioner of Public Lands.
Tho following Is an exact statement
of the proposition: Tho Commission
er la ready and willing to accord the
same privileges to the local settlement
association as to other organization
from tho mainland composed of Aruer
lean citizens who nro willlnc and readv
to accept and fulfil the condition pro-
Tho land nro to be cut up Into
nreas so that each settler will have
from 15 to 20 acre of cano land, It be-
lug tho policy of tho government to
have actual, bona fldo residents upon
the land of tho Territory, who will
live upon and cultivate tho full area;
and that land shall not be taken up
The settlers may chose tho slto for
'a vlllago at nny point they may deslro
on tho tract, and each land holder mav
chose n residence lot In such vlllago,
tho amount of land so taken to be a
part of the total allowance.
Thn directors of tho Haknlau Planta
lion Co. aro readv to makn tho rnimn
This proposition applies to the tracts
on which application havu been
made, -all within tho Haknlau planta-
.lion, a follow: the Katwikl tract of
about 1,000 acre, tho Lcpolna tract of
about 300 acres, tho Opca tract of
about 1.000 acre.
Under this proposition, according to
a close estimate, tha cano will yield to
mo cultivator or tho land S5.C0 per ton
of cano, which at an estimated pro
duction or 35 tons per acre will amount
to $196 per acre, or 1130 an acre a
rear, gross, on an 18 months' crop.
Tho settler will havo tho benefit of
all Improvement already made upon
This Important statement wag made
at tho local office of the I-and Depart
ment to Mr. Osorlo, president of the
Osorlo association, who havo made ap
plication for tho Kalwikl tract: to Mr.
Kernandez, president of the Fernandez
"ssoctatlon, who havo made oppllca
uon tor tne Lcpoloa tract: to Mr. Fer
ry, representing the Lujan association,
applicants for the Opca tract, and to It.
A. i.yinnii, jr., who Is Interested In
tho matter as being a public question.
'i no commissioner asked for an ear
ly decision on tho part of tbo land as
sociations and at tho request oft tho
representatives, they wero given till
March 14 to state their Intention.
If WD Iu M' D
.Mrs. Elizabeth Gouvclu. agalnBt
whom n suit for dlvorco wns Instituted
a short tlino ago by her husband. Frank
noiivcta, appear to havo no objection
to tno dissolution of their union. Tho
lonowlng letter wn received today by
Clerk J, Ai Thompson:
J. A. Thompson, Esq., Clerk.
I iccelvcil the "Divorce Summons"
from Deputy Sheriff of Kau, County
and Territory of Hawaii, and I agree
In bo Divorced from my husband,
Prank Oouvela, If ho pays nil expenses
nnd my Hoarding from Oct. 10, 1905, to
Mar. 1st, 1900, for $20 for each month.
Mrs. Oouvela was charged by her
husband with having, among other
thing attempted to enrvo him with a
knlfo nnd fork. Her letter Is written
from Kau and appears to bo based on
tho advlco of exceedingly mediocre lo.
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Very Choice Line
Of Fine Quality
THESE MADE IN THE 8TYLE
WE TURN THEM OUT WITH
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.ARE EQUAL TO ANYTHING
MADE ON THE MAINLAND
DY HIGH CLA88 MER
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Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic
THE FAVORITE FAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD JU8T TO HAND. GET THE BEST
COFFEE and TEA POTS
V NICKEL-PLATED ON PLANISHED COPPER,
WHITE CHINA for Decorating
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chests
THE OLD ORIQINAL DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY. STILL
Pacific Hardware Co,, Ltd.
FORT AND MERQHANT STREET8.
Laroe consignment direct from the
grower to ut came In the last Alameda.
Regular Price, 20c. ,
These Prices are
for a short time only
J. M. Levy & Co.,
68 KING ST.,
DEAD MAN SPOILS
(Continued from Pane 1.)
Ing Chlng Keng.
Tho deed Is suonoscd to hnvn been
committed between 2 nnd 6 o'clock thl The Irmgard was off Diamond Head bv
morning, In Kallhl, about opposite the that time. An ntfempt was made to
Lloyd residence near King street, and ocuro a launch to overtako the vessel
Halcmumi Is alleged to havo struck out the? one desired had broken down '
tho Chlncso with his (1st, while they AH efforts to get n launch to do tho
both stood In tho front yard of the business failed. VIda took the artist
homo of tho Chlneso, between tho gato ltn, on to the roof of tho Young build
nnd tho front door. Tho Chinaman Inc. that they might at least look at the
dropped with tho usual dull thud. HI quickly moving Irmgard. The breeze
friend found him there and put him off shore, said VIda Diamond
to bed. Thoy did not think ho was Head Chnrllo was telephoned to signal
dead. Perhaps ho was not. at that tho Irmgard to heavn in n,i .. i.
time. They thought him 111, oven up two notable passengers. Charllo said
to tho tlmo when tho body was taken tho Irmgard was then too far out to bo
away this morning. signalled.
Assistant Sheriff VIda received a tel- arka and Hart nro now amusing
cpbono message from tho Knllhl storo Ihemsclvcs making sketches of how
at C a. tn. to tho effect that a Chinese tho Irmgard looked vanishing off Dla
had passed In hi check ana the po- mond Head,
lice went out to gather In the remains fncldentallv thn rnrn-n i,.,...,.
and tho alleged murderer.
in a few word tho story follows: tho opportunity for another.
Aboard the barkcntlno Irmgard last Chlng Keng, tho dead man, was eel
nlgnt thero was a llttlo farewell ban- thratlng hi wedding when Halemunu
quet given by n couplo of gentlemen 1 alleged to have punched him
who have been sojourning In Hawaii Halemunu swear that he I Innc
for n fow weeks, artists, both of them, cent,
making sketches of typical Hawaiian Perhaps Chine Ken iile.i nt i,-.
Bti-iii-H uuu iiiu, m luiiinmcni or con
tract with American magazines.
Chaiics Sarka'a namo mav ho bohii nt
the bottom of page pictures In tho
hotter magazine by any one who
chooses to look. Geo. Hart, hi friend,
I also known. These artist were
saying good-by to Honolulu friends, In
tending to sail for San Francisco In
tho Irmgard thl morning.
Until 11:30 p. m, tbe farowell toasts
wero drunk and good by gong were
SUIlgr Several Hawaiian mimlelnnn
I had been secured for tho occasion.
I Halemunu was ono of thorn. They all
took the last car out to Knllhl and
there continued to enjoy Jhe ceremony
of bidding Honolulu a musical and
I poetic farewell. Early In the morning
they started back for the Irmgard.
Halemunu suggested a call at tho
house of his friend Chlng Keng, for a
serenade. Here Chng Keng and the
Hawaiian got into a quarrel, say tho
Chinese about tho place and now
Chlng Keng lie dead,
Thl morning Messrs, Sarka and
Hart, bag and baggage, wero aboard
the Irmgard and the vessel bad been
taken In tow by the tug Fearless, when
Pherlff Brown swooped down and held
'ho artists as witnesses of the affair.
The Irmgard galled Bcrenely away.
Naturally, the gentlemen were vexed
and said so. Thoy have Important con.
tract to fulfill back East and aro In a
'PHONE, MAIN J 49
hurry to roturn. Tho County needed
thero ashore, howover, and ashore they
About noon, depositions having been
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tvns not a farewell after all. Them la
disease or stomach trouble, hastened
uy uxciiemem, ur. McDonald Is exam
ining his remains to study theso and
other possibilities. Deceased was a
gardener. Tho prisoner Is about 2fi
years of oge, a musician and drinkor,
tnd hnB served time.
Tho coroner's Jury will sit tomorrow
tfternoon when Dr. McDonald will ro
port on tho cause of Chlng Kong's de
mise. Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
It Is Cool
JU8T THE PLACE TO 8PEND i
The best of everything
ALL 80RT8 OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KIND8 Ql RECREATION.
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOWE.
rickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent A Co., or
ring up Halslwa Hotel, King S3.
On 8unday the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr, Si, leaves-at 8:22 a. m.;
returrnRj, arrive tn Honolulu at 10:10
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